Washington Post Alleges That Biden Subjected to ‘Far More Vulgar and Widespread’ Taunts Than Trump

In a claim that Trump supporters have been baffled by, the Washington Post today suggested that President Joe Biden has been subjected to “far more vulgar and widespread” taunts than former President Donald Trump.

“Boos, jeers and insults are nothing new for politicians, especially those who reach the White House. Former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, as well as Trump, were all heckled, weathering protests along their motorcade routes and at some of their events. At one 2011 fundraiser in Los Angeles, a heckler called Obama the Antichrist; ‘F— Trump’ graffiti adorned some walls in Washington,” the publication explained.

Then they claimed that “The current eruption of anti-Biden signs and chants, however, is on another level, far more vulgar and widespread.”

“The list” creator Siraj Hashmi called out such a suggestion in a tweet where he pointed out that two rappers, YG and the now deceased Nipsey Hussle, who was shot at least 10 times, created a song called “F*ck Donald Trump,” which attendees yelled at him during a 2019 UFC match that he attended.

Journalist Stephen L. Miller quote tweeted Hashmi and quipped, “I don’t know what prevents a Washington Post reporter from doing a 30 second google search, or why they sit down to write an entire ‘Mean Sign’ piece about Joe Biden unless they themselves are personally offended on his behalf.”

In the Washington Post piece, they also lamented the fact that Trump signs are still up throughout the country, despite the fact that the election ended a year ago.

Trump supporting rapper Patriot J also pointed out that only crickets were heard from the media over the explicit song from the rap duo while they are now claiming Biden is facing unprecedented insults.

He even pointed out that many have turned to the less vulgar “Let’s go Brandon” chant as well.

Politico’s Bryan Bender said of his competition, “So I guess the cranks now rate the same level of credibility and respect. Stunning that the Washington Post gave these vulgar, hateful and utterly misinformed people such ink.”

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